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Others feel that not telling relatives will weaken their relationships and may keep them from getting the emotional support and love that they want.
Remember, every situation is different and you don’t have to tell everybody.
If you aren’t going to be in a situation where HIV could be transmitted, there’s no need to tell.
Dating can be very threatening for people with HIV.
Fear of rejection keeps many people from talking about their HIV status.